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The Sulphur Springs vs. Frisco Liberty Class 4A regional football playoff game
Friday at Mesquite Memorial Stadium is one of the games featured on the
Fox 4's You Click The Game this week.

Go to: http://foxhilitesdfw.ning.com/contests

The contests ends every Thursday at 9 p.m. Results are official when the FOX 4 Sports staff
declared a winner on the air. For voting tips and other FAQs,
http://kdfw.4wmt.com/packages/templates/anonymous/simple.aspx?pageid=2d1ec2d2-4a22-4db2-a108-6c3bb997c244

This week’s contestants are:
Arlington Bowie vs. Southlake Carroll

Highland Park vs. Waxahachie

Frisco Liberty vs. Sulphur Springs

Kennedale vs. Pittsburg

 

Wildcat defense trips Trojans: Sulphur Springs wins 36-14; advancing to regional playoffs

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CORSICANA— It was a good omen that the logo in the middle of Tiger Stadium turf was colored blue and gold, because Sulphur Springs played like they were right at home.

Especially in the final two quarters. Sulphur Springs held the Trojans to 42 yards in the second half.

Second half defensive corrections coupled with two touchdown passes led the Wildcats to a 36-14 area playoff win in Class 4A Region II, Division II Class 4A action over Waco University on a misty Friday night.

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Arellano’s second quarter FG pivotal, record breaker

CORSICANA – A strategic coaching move, a wet ball and an unusual penalty gave the Sulphur Springs Wildcats a quick three points and the momentum going into halftime of Friday’s area round game against the Waco University Trojans.

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Cumby teams take home wins over Wolfe City

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CUMBY — It was starter Savanah Neal that started the Cumby Lady Trojans charge with her lay-up on the first possession, and held the large lead for a dominate win over Wolfe City Friday, 61-18.

The wind caught Neal's sails as she put a minimum of four buckets on the board in the last three quarters of play for a total of 34 points.

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Turnovers doom Winnsboro in 34-13 football playoff loss

MIDLOTHIAN—The Winnsboro Red Raiders tried to use their ball-control triple-option offensive scheme to keep Godley off the field on Friday night.

The Red Raiders ended up having trouble controlling the ball themselves as four first-half turnovers doomed Winnsboro in a 34-13 defeat at Midlothian ISD Stadium. The undefeated Godley Wildcats punched their ticket to the Class 2A Division I regional final on Friday night after a 34-13 victory over Winnsboro at Midlothian ISD Stadium.

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